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Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP
Palmer Veterinary Clinic, PC treated Vanilla, a dog, for a paw injury at its clinic. That same day, Marsha Hewitt brought her cat to the clinic for an examination.
Reed Smith
It's a unique relationship based largely on knowledge and trust. Doctor's not only have to rely on their medical knowledge, but they need to apply that to their knowledge of the patient.
Arnold & Porter
In medical care, informed consent is the process of communication between a physician and a patient that results in the patient's authorization or agreement to undergo a specific medical intervention. Arising
Reed Smith
The issue of product recalls rears its head a lot in our medical device practice. Or non-recalls, to be more precise.
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
New York Appellate Partner Nicholas P. Hurzeler and New York Partner Matthew P. Cueter recently won an appeal in New York's Appellate Division.
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
On October 19, 2020, the Supreme Court of Georgia ruled in Johns v. Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. that a jury can apportion fault to a plaintiff in strict products liability cases.
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani
The risks of litigating in California just got larger.
Reed Smith
Kelly v. Ethicon, Inc., 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 191665 (N.D. Iowa Oct. 16, 2020), is a remanded pelvic mesh case.
Proskauer Rose LLP
If there is a silver lining to the extended application of most state price gouging laws, it is that we now know more about their ramifications.
Reed Smith
A couple of weeks ago, we walked around the Drug and Device Law Suburban Abode with a critical eye.
Reed Smith
When we last left our story, plaintiffs had lost their fight to have Pennsylvania law apply to residents of Texas ( Atkinson I) and lost a chunk of their claims as barred by the Texas statute...
Ward and Smith, P.A.
When an accident happens due to someone else's negligence, an injured person is able to recover compensatory damages from the at-fault party or their insurance carrier.
Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP
A deliveryman drives his bicycle against traffic on a one way street. A pedestrian crosses in the middle of the block. The biker hits the jay- walker. Litigation ensues. Both violated the law. Who is at fault?
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
In Ramsay v. Frontier Inc., two female passengers commenced litigation to recover for sexual assaults they allegedly suffered while on board Frontier flights.
Arnold & Porter
Many Virginia businesses have reopened, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. Prudent businesses may require clients and customers to sign COVID-19 liability waivers.
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana's decision in White v. Dynamic Industries, Inc. et al. illustrates the importance of adhering to internal safety policies.
Reed Smith
Not quite two months ago, the Dept. of HHS published a notice of proposed rulemaking that would make a significant change in the National Vaccine Injury Compensation program.
Reed Smith
In what's a bit of a mixed bag decision, the ultimate takeaway from Bird v. Globus Medical, Inc., 2020 WL 5366300 (E.D. Calif. Sep. 8, 2020)
Reed Smith
The Covid-19 lockdown period is approaching the six-month mark, from mid-March to mid-September. Throughout the spring and summer we have been reading old novels with convoluted plots and surprise endings.
Reed Smith
Back in March, we discussed the Administration's declaration of tort immunity under the "PREP Act" (42 U.S.C. §§247d-6a, et seq.) for "countermeasures" combating the COVID-19 epidemic.
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